Bradley C. Meek breaks podcast silence to join us today to talk the very first Pokemon movie, and Pokemon in general. Featuring tales of sleazey CDs full of warez, the mystery of Brian seemingly watching a different version of the film to Anthony and Bradley, and the relative values of rare Pokemon & Magic The Gathering trading cards.
We check out Kenji Nakajima’s 2009 adaptation of the Psychiatrist Irabu series of short stories, Welcome To Irabu’s Office.
Out of the blue came a kill-crazy crew, whose motto was pod by the week. It’s time to talk space pirates with Leon Everett, as we watch 1982’s movie adaptation of Buichi Terasawa’s Cobra manga – known as Space Adventure Cobra!
Who wants the cream? Who needs the cream? We do! And that cream is a heaping helping of Studio 4°C’s back catalogue – Noiseman Sound Insect, Digital Juice, Sweat Punch and Amazing Nuts
Raising a riot at Amecon 2016 with Gary Hedges.
Fan fiction brainstorming with Greg Driver.
Greg Driver joins us to discuss Cyborg 009 vs. Devilman.
Week 2 of GREG DRIVER MONTH and we get into our lists of top five videogame anime. Always a high risk of being terrible, between the three of us, we manage to find more than 10 that are actually worth your time. Demons, ghosts, monsters, punching and puzzles all feature in a fun packed Dynamite In The Brain Top Five!
NB: Games Centre Arashi does not actually appear in the episode, it’s an anime about a videogames, not based on videogames. But I wanted Pac-Man in the episode banner.
It’s Greg Driver month! Greg joins us every week this month on DITB to get you ready for his own podcast, Ace Comicals, coming soon. First up we discuss the 1996 OVA series turned movie, Sonic The Hedgehog. Based on the first three Sonic the Hedgehog games, in the sense that characters from those games appear in the movie, it presents a new Sonic continuity and setting for the first and last time.
Plus: we get to grips with our histories with the hog, and play a quiz in which Greg and Anthony have to guess the species of various animal characters!
Anthony and Brian try and get an entire podcast out of talking about the meat and potatoes action OVA, Black Magic M-66.
Based on an incoherent comic by Masamune Shirow, this 1987 anime somehow weaves something worth watching from the one story in the comic worth reading.
Plus, there’s likely something else we talked about that got the running time of the podcast up to an hour. It’s probably our Amecon events, which we still can’t confirm the times and locations of!